Kashmir

Eoin Higgins, staff writer
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, pictured in Beijing, China in November 2018, called on the world Sunday to watch neighboring India's right-wing tilt.
Indian PM Narendra Modi reportedly rejected the comparison in a Monday phone...
Eoin Higgins, staff writer
An activist and supporter of Indian left wing parties holds a placard during a demonstration to protest against the presidential decree abolishing Article 370 of the constitution giving special autonomy to Muslim-majority Kashmir, in New Delhi on August 5, 2019.
"The government of India has cut its nose to spite its face."

Further

There are troubling signs things are heating up in the volatile region thought to harbor Al Qaeda and Taliban militants: the missile strikes by suspected American planes in northwest Pakistan, the reported killing of militants and civilians in eastern and southern Afghanistan, and President Obama's oft-repeated intent to build up American forces in Afghanistan. For why this is a bad idea, check out The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel's recent post...